If we're heading to the doctor's for a check up, HIV testing is now going to be part of our routine blood work.
A proposal just signed into law makes HIV testing a regular part of medical care in Illinois. This means doctors only need a verbal consent instead of a written one to do the tests.
Officials are hoping this will increase aids awareness.
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